How To Argue Less And Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

Most rants and arguments are caused by a deep seated need to think we know the truth, the whole truth and the only truth. That need is challenged by those who do not share our truth. Jerome Kagan, extraordinary student of human behavior, believes the uncertainty created when beliefs are challenged is a survival need. …

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Be A Hero: Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

  As long as you are practicing kindness, trying your best to make the world a bit better, you are a hero. For more ways to make kindness part of your life, buy my e-book: Know Your Mission So You Can Reach Your Goals.  As with most of EFT’s e-Books it costs less than a …

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How To Improve Your Emotional Intelligence by Sloganeering

    Slogans rule the advertising world because slogans keep brand names embedded in your head. Moreover some of the slogans actually can inspire you. This exercise asks you to find personal slogans that help you improve your Emotional Intelligence. As a bonus, when negative self talk brings you down, using one of your personal …

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Three Ways to Get Calm So You Can Think About What Matters

A proverb notes, “The bird with the ruffled feathers must get out of the wind.” When your feelings are ruffled,  it is wisest to find calm before  acting. Feelings want you to act quickly and as they suggest. However, feelings are natures way of telling you to pay attention. Good, but the bad is that …

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